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    What do you drive?

    I use a GMC Safari with a mini van-gater and 6 way power seat for my primary transportation. I also have a 91 Miata that I enjoy immensely, however it is not getting any easier to get in/out of due to its very low seat height.

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    I started this thread to see if any other c6/7 quads had suggestions for 'fun' cars that are quad transfer friendly.

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    1986 volkswagen doka

    It's a 48 hp diesel bundeswehr truck, that has a 1 ton rating.
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    How on earth do you get in and out of that?

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    I'm a c-4 incomplete, it's a stick shift with manual steering, no radio, hard to get into, but fun to drive.
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    Ah, gotcha. I'm a complete, so unfortunately something as cool as that isn't in the cards for me.

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    Cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by trekker6 View Post
    It's a 48 hp diesel bundeswehr truck, that has a 1 ton rating.
    Hey!

    Cool!

    You are in an inclusive club!

    My first van was a 1991 VW Vanagon with 92hp and I got 175,000 miles on it. I went through a lot of water pumps too! These are great to drive in the snow with the engine in the rear, the driver and gas tank up front. Great weight distribution on all four wheels.


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    Quote Originally Posted by titanium4motion View Post
    Hey!

    Cool!

    You are in an inclusive club!

    My first van was a 1991 VW Vanagon with 92hp and I got 175,000 miles on it. I went through a lot of water pumps too! These are great to drive in the snow with the engine in the rear, the driver and gas tank up front. Great weight distribution on all four wheels.


    Ti
    Yeah, I love the vanagons, I wish they still made them, but with a modern tdi, I'm swapping the rabbit diesel for a modern tdi, it'll have a ton more power and get 35 mpg.
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    I am a para, but I drive a Mini Cooper which is very easy to get in and out of. The driver seat raises and lowers, there is a ton of room to get your chair in and out of and they are a crap-ton of fun to drive. Hand controls are easy to install as well.

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    I'm not a quad but this is my baby.
    2011 335i Turbocharged 300hp
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    Chair: TiLite TR3

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    T8burst,
    More info on the Mini's seat please. Factory or adaptive equipment?
    Nice avatar dude

    stumpybushman,
    Nice beemer!!! I gad an E30 convertible a couple of years ago, but the E30s didn't have tilt wheel and that goofy German steering wheel angle was hell on my right shoulder. I've been lusting after E46 330ci's lately though.

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